First Thing: US reaches Biden’s 70% first-shot goal
Starving cows. Fallow farms. The Arizona drought is among the worst in the country
Nearly all of Arizona is in drought, with large swaths in extreme drought. Experts say the picture may well get worse in a state where more than a third of its water comes from Lake Mead.
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Instagram filters have made us forget what we look like, survey finds
While beauty filters are hugely popular, a new survey by London-based cosmetics firm Uvence has warned that they have a negative impact on a third of social media users' self-esteem.
Africa must remove barriers to flying to secure post-pandemic boom, says IATA regional exec
Africa was set to become one of the fastest growing regions for aviation over the next two decades. Now the industry is trying to recover from the pandemic.
A D for NASA, a C for HUD: Senate report warns agencies unprepared for cyberattacks
Government agencies and major companies, such as Microsoft, have reported intrusions by foreign hackers in Russia and China.
GOP skepticism looms over bipartisan spending deal
Wuhan to test whole population as virus resurfaces
'Clock is running out.' As COVID-19 cases climb, Biden faces rising pressure to fill top FDA job
Senators introduce bill to push White House on 'Havana syndrome' investigation
Teen surprises former coach with emotional adoption ask
5 Miami Beach cops charged after video emerges of them pummeling 2 men in hotel lobby
$6M flows through loopholes in pledge against corporate PACs
Why Is Tucker Carlson in Budapest? Fox Host Meets Hungary's Far-Right Leader Viktor Orbán
Gov. Andrew Cuomo questioned for 11 hours about sexual harassment and misconduct accusations
Masks for thee but not for me
Hong Kong media outlet, broadcaster and artist all quit city
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Acropolis in Greece closes in the afternoon due to heat wave
Scandal, Spyware, and 69 Pounds of Weed